Letter From the Editor: Nov 2015 Issue

“ You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of.” – Jim Rohn  We are in the midst of change. We’ve long since said goodbye to summer, but the weather is finally starting to really cool down. Before…

April 2015 Issue

It’s a bittersweet moment as the Spring semester ends. Many are graduating and continuing on to their paths of success.  As some of you may know (or not know), there will be a major change to our staff for the Fall semester. Our Production Manager, Robert Summerville, Editor in Chief, Jessica Greenstein, Business Manager Keiya West and…

Nintendo is reinventing the game right under your nose

By Chistopher Warman And the game Nintendo is reinventing? The business of games. There exists this perception of Nintendo, shared by both gaming enthusiasts and the general public: Nintendo is old. Nintendo is too cautious. Nintendo makes fine games for kids, but games are not just for kids anymore. Nintendo is running on nostalgia. Nintendo is…

February 2015 Issue

Welcome back! We hope you all enjoyed your winter break! Now that school is in session, it is our duty to let you know what’s been happening around campus, in sports, arts and entertainment. Check out our February 2015 issue below. This is issue is on stands now. Pick up your copy! UB Post: February…

Opening up on the page

Women writers speak up Looking for a solution to gender discrimination and number of other pervasive women’s issues, Tracy Dimond and three D.C. writers decided to start a zine where female- identified contributors could share about them. “We wanted to make a safe space to talk about it because there has been so much silencing,”…

Taking the initiative

The Collective’s Baltimore Dance Invitational is in its third year—and it’s just getting started   Dance hasn’t enjoyed much of an infrastructure in Baltimore. The overall community is relatively scattered and isolated with sporadic audience crossover, but there’s a great wealth of passion and commitment, especially from The Collective, Baltimore’s 16-year-old modern dance company that’s about…